TITLE

Conflicts of Interest, Authorship, and Disclosures in Industry-Related Scientific Publications: The Tort Bar and Editorial Oversight of Medical Journals

AUTHOR(S)
Hirsh, Laurence J.
PUB. DATE
September 2009
SOURCE
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Sep2009, Vol. 84 Issue 9, p811
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Opinion
ABSTRACT
In this article the author discusses conflict of interests, authorship and disclosures in relation to pharmaceutical industry and medical journals. He believes that there has been misconception on the idea of COI in relation to the present scenario. Moreover, he discusses the authorship issues featuring the case of the "Journal of the American Medical Association" by J.S. Ross, K.P. Hill, D.S. Egilman, and H.M. Krumholz in April 2008.
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44137673

 

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